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Le Roi François 1er ne l'avait pas choisi par hasard pour emblème. En effet, la Salamandre associée au Feu est une survivante et la devise de son emblème est : « nutrisco et exstinguo » qui signifie littéralement « je le nourris et je l'éteins (le feu) » que l'on peut traduire par « je nourris le bon feu et j'éteins le mauvais ». https://www.facebook.com/ErinelleVoyance/photos/a.252275578452078.1073741828.245630855783217/312664842413151/?type=3&theater

Le Roi François 1er ne l'avait pas choisi par hasard pour emblème. En effet, la Salamandre associée au Feu est une survivante et la devise de son emblème est : « nutrisco et exstinguo » qui signifie littéralement « je le nourris et je l'éteins (le feu) » que l'on peut traduire par « je nourris le bon feu et j'éteins le mauvais ». https://www.facebook.com/ErinelleVoyance/photos/a.252275578452078.1073741828.245630855783217/312664842413151/?type=3&theater

Heraldic Panel with Arms of Lichtenfels and a Unicorn Hunt, c. 1515 Germany or Switzerland, 16th century white glass with silver stain and...

Heraldic Panel with Arms of Lichtenfels and a Unicorn Hunt, c. 1515 Germany or Switzerland, 16th century white glass with silver stain and...

Bestiarium, c. 1450, MMW, 10 B 25, f. 12v, Museum Meermanno | House of the Book, (Huis van het boek)

Bestiarium, c. 1450, MMW, 10 B 25, f. 12v, Museum Meermanno | House of the Book, (Huis van het boek)

Salamandre aka Salamander represents those who pass through the fires of passion and of this world without stain. Therefore, it stands for chastity, loyalty, impartiality, virginity, courage, Jesus, Mary, and the faithful.

Salamandre aka Salamander represents those who pass through the fires of passion and of this world without stain. Therefore, it stands for chastity, loyalty, impartiality, virginity, courage, Jesus, Mary, and the faithful.

Gold piece - 1/2 of tchervonets.  The coin is embossed with a design of shoulder-length portraits of brothers-sovereigns wearing Tsar's crowns. Above them there is an image of the state emblem: a double-headed eagle with an orb and scepter "Б.М.ВГЦIKIАПА +" (By the grace of God, the sovereigns and princes, Ivan Alexeevich and Peter Alexeevich).

Gold piece - 1/2 of tchervonets. The coin is embossed with a design of shoulder-length portraits of brothers-sovereigns wearing Tsar's crowns. Above them there is an image of the state emblem: a double-headed eagle with an orb and scepter "Б.М.ВГЦIKIАПА +" (By the grace of God, the sovereigns and princes, Ivan Alexeevich and Peter Alexeevich).

*GREECE ~ Silver didrachm Eretria, p. 500-480 BC Obverse: Cow, symbol of the island of Evia. Reverse: Octopus (x 4).Athens Numismatic Museum Source: "GREEK ART - ANCIENT COINS" Mantis Economidou | Editorial Athens | 1996

*GREECE ~ Silver didrachm Eretria, p. 500-480 BC Obverse: Cow, symbol of the island of Evia. Reverse: Octopus (x 4).Athens Numismatic Museum Source: "GREEK ART - ANCIENT COINS" Mantis Economidou | Editorial Athens | 1996

Fabulous Unicorn from The Luttrell Psalter - folio 15r. Manuscript made in Lincolnshire, England, between 132-1340 for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell. (Illuminated manuscript close up).

Fabulous Unicorn from The Luttrell Psalter - folio 15r. Manuscript made in Lincolnshire, England, between 132-1340 for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell. (Illuminated manuscript close up).

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